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A Mandate for the Future: Operational Excellence in the Supply Chain

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A Mandate for the Future: Operational Excellence in the Supply Chain

What should you look for in a materials supplier to ensure quality, reliability and safety? Listen as Entegris' Sandrine Felix, senior manager, solutions marketing, interviews Neil Richards, senior VP, global operations & supply chain, to get his perspective on what it takes to be a world-class specialty materials supplier.

 

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